The workshop, closed on 27th May at SOS Children’s Villages in Bata by the Regional Inspector for Educational Services, JesA�s Etoho, began on 16th May, and was directed towards potential tutors for the implementation of the Educational Knowledge I and II training modules.
The aims were to train the potential tutors in the effective handling of the modules on educational content, didactic proposals and strategies which allow the effective direction of teachers and students, within the accreditation training programme.
It also aims to provide the necessary tools for joint strategic design which allows for the monitoring and backing of teachers during the presentation of modules, in order to ensure the effectiveness of learning and their application in the classroom.
The dynamics of development has allowed the construction of knowledge and the agreement on common strategies, and the technical team from the Equatorial Guinea Educational Development Programme (PRODEGE) has steered the plenary sessions towards its aims, providing clarification, advice and recommendations where necessary.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea